Visitation is often the only interaction a non-custodial parent has with their child.  Interruptions and changes to visitation can have long-lasting and potentially disruptive effects on a child.  We offer representation for parents looking to establish or modify visitation with their children.  In these cases, we work to get the type of visitation that best nurtures a strong relationship with the non-custodial parent.

Sometimes, a non-custodial parent doesn’t meet their obligations to their child.  In cases of drug use, abuse, and criminal activity, it’s often best to limit the interactions between a non-custodial parent and their child. We represent custodial parents in limiting visitation with the non-custodial parent.

When paternity is established in Arkansas, it often is done without any reference to visitation.  In these cases, we represent fathers in getting visitation with their child so that they may enjoy a significant role in their child’s life.